Tower of London reduced price entry scheme
Residents of Tower Hamlets can visit the Tower of London for only £1.
How to use the offer:
You must be a resident of the London Borough of Tower Hamlets to use the £1 entry offer. You must show your Idea Store card or Tower Hamlets Leisure Services card, AND proof of name and address at the Tower of London ticket offices on Tower Hill. Once you have shown these, you will only be charged £1 for your ticket to the Tower of London. This offer is possible because of an agreement with the Tower of London's Local Authority, Tower Hamlets Council.
Terms and conditions:
- This offer is valid all year round.
- This offer is only valid for Tower Hamlets residents who have either an Idea Store card or Tower Hamlets Leisure Services card.
- Adults show an Idea Store card or Tower Hamlets Leisure Services card when purchasing tickets, and they must also show proof of name and address, showing that they are Tower Hamlets residents; only one adult ticket per adult card holder can be purchased per day, adults can purchase additional tickets for accompanying children.
- Accompanying children (under 15) are not required to produce an Idea Store card or Tower Hamlets Leisure Services card, or proof of name and address. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
- For the purposes of this offer, tickets for adults and accompanying children are charged at the same rate - £1.
- Tickets are only valid on the day of purchase; tickets cannot be purchased in advance.
- Tickets cannot be re-sold.
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What's on for families
Have a family day out at the Tower of London and see the Queen's Crown Jewels and the rooms of Edward I. Join one of these famous tours where Yeoman Warders (popularly known as ‘Beefeaters’) will entertain your family with tales of intrigue, imprisonment, execution, torture and much more. Please remember that children under 16 need to be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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